“Camilo Sanin rethinks line and bar, this time to reveal the components of things. With smooth and glossy strokes, Sanin’s paintings seem pressed between glass slides: a butterfly’s wing, a beetle’s back, a droplet of teeming water. Beautiful and exact as snowflakes, Sanin’s images return us…to microscopic views. We are asked to look again – and look more closely.”
Professor Jennifer Cognard-Black